Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 14th Feb 2008 17:34 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Linux "Make no mistake about, the Linux 2.6.x kernel is a large undertaking that just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Apparently it's also getting harder to maintain as well in terms ensuring that regressions don't occur and that new code is fully tested. That's where the new 'Linux Next' effort comes in."
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This wil be like nothing compared too...
by Meridian on Sat 16th Feb 2008 09:56 UTC
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The next grand step for Linux will be to re-architect the core as a C++ microkernel. However, before the official announcement is made, we need to place Mr Torvalds at least 2 AU beyond Earth's orbit, thereby ensuring life on our planet is safe when he reaches critical mass.

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